NSUI letter to UGC: In view of the rapidly increasing cases of corona across the country, the student body of Congress, NSUI, has written a letter to the University Grants Commission, demanding that the option of online examination along with offline examination should be kept.
NSUI letter to UGC:
National Students Union of India National President Neeraj Kundan has written in the letter that the third wave of corona is spreading very fast, due to which health services are also being affected in most of the states of the country.
In the letter on the status of vaccination, it is written that the work of immunization of students has started recently. Apart from this, teachers have not received both doses of the vaccine.
In such a situation, if a large number of students go out for the offline exam, then the lives of many of them may be in danger.
In a letter to the UGC, NSUI has questioned the policies of the government and wrote that even after the third wave of Corona, it has not been able to decide any new method of evaluation of students.
NSUI has demanded that the assessment of students in the examinations to be held in February and March this year should be done in a new way so that their current year is not spoiled and students can focus on the entrance examination for further studies.
Neeraj Kundan informed Times Now Navbharat that we have received calls, messages, emails from students and parents from all over the country in which they are demanding online examination. The government should seriously think about this.